JNC4000 Works and Works

“I purchased my JNC4000 in 2011 and it has not been treated with the best care. Not one time in 8 years did it fail to work. I hauled it around in my truck because I often used it to jump start complete strangers who left their lights on while…

JNC is the Toolman’s Choice!

“Long story short, I was a professional reseller of tools. I found that professionals constantly sought out the Clore products in my portfolio. I have since moved on to a career supporting Public Safety Fleets. I could have chosen any battery support product on the planet, however, Clore products are…

Interview with Mr. Scott “Gonzo” Weaver

This month, we feature a guest interview with Mr. Scott “Gonzo” Weaver. Gonzo is an ASE Master mechanic, author, instructor, and writer for several automotive trade publications, including his popular Gonzo’s Toolbox series of articles. He owned and operated Superior Auto Electric in Tulsa, OK for 33 years. We have highlighted…

JNC660 Convinces This Tech!

“In the past, I have wasted money and time on many so-called quality jump start boxes from top mobile tool vendors just to have another jump box that may not work as I need it to. Then, I came across Clore Automotive. I really was not looking to buy another…

Booster PAC – A Serious Problem Solver

We get a lot of feedback from our customers. Most of that feedback can be grouped into 6-10 general threads and much of it follows along similar themes related to our various brands and products. A common theme related to Booster PAC products is that it solves problems. This is…

Getting the Most from Your Jump Starter

Editor’s Note: We are revisiting the most popular article among all the articles we have published on this blog. It is also one of the most useful article we have ever published. This time of year, we have many, many new newsletter recipients who have entered our world through the…

Intermittent LAN Failure

Last month’s feature article focused on finding and resolving intermittent failures. This month’s iATN post is a follow-up of sorts. iATN rock star James from Florida provides a case study of sorts related to identifying the cause of an intermittent system problem, tracking it back to a LAN issue. In…

Sorting Out Intermittent Faults

Whether in trade publications, on iATN or other forums or at trade shows, it seems there are few challenges as vexing as intermittent faults. They present difficult diagnostic situations, often become a major time suck, result in a higher incidence of comebacks and can lead to customer dissatisfaction if not…